effervescence


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Artificially charged water created on-site can hardly compare to the natural effervescence of sparkling source-derived waters like San Pellegrino or Perrier.
At the heart of this effervescence were Kazuo Ishiguro, Ben Okri, Hanif Kureishi, Michael Ondaatje--and Salman Rushdie, who explored with acuity the upsurge of what he called "translated men": those who, born in England, no longer lived in the nostalgia of a homeland forever lost but, finding themselves between two worlds, astride a chasm, valiantly attempted to draft a new world out of this telescoping condition.
The gay male community may be seen to be imbued with spirit, yet spirit disconnected from the ground of soul is the effervescence of a nothing.
Above all, it is the delicate effervescence of the artist's touch that stands out here.
Lokal has a crisp and light flavour, but I found it to have a greater degree of effervescence than associated products
Jack Forgash, one of the leaders of the owners group - that also includes David Werner - is also invigorating the building with his mercurial effervescence and excitement about the restoration and new leasing opportunities.
That effervescence is the "central attribute that distinguishes our product from the others," Burch says.
This formula produces a rich creamy drink with bubbly effervescence.
That would be a pity as the outgoing effervescence that makes her so desperate to perform, is probably the very quality that makes her so likeable.
Known as efflorescence, bloom, or effervescence, it appears when water that containing soluble salts evaporates from the surface of an object.
Sugar bath powders, granules and cubes, with their sparkling effervescence, enhance fragrance lift.